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<ul><li> Slide 1 </li> <li> Elements of Art </li> <li> Slide 2 </li> <li> ELEMENTS OF ART LINE LINE SHAPE (2-D) FORM (3-D) SHAPE (2-D) FORM (3-D) VALUE VALUE COLOR COLOR TEXTURE TEXTURE SPACE SPACE </li> <li> Slide 3 </li> <li> Line An element of art that refers to a continuous mark made on some surface by a moving point. An element of art that refers to a continuous mark made on some surface by a moving point. It can be can be 2-d or 3-d such as the edge of a object It can be can be 2-d or 3-d such as the edge of a object It can help lead the viewer through the image area. It can help lead the viewer through the image area. A mark made by a moving point. A mark made by a moving point. Has greater length than width. Has greater length than width. Directs the eye horizontal, vertical, diagonal, curvy, zig-zag, etc. Directs the eye horizontal, vertical, diagonal, curvy, zig-zag, etc. Can be actual obvious lines or the borders or edges of shapes. Can be actual obvious lines or the borders or edges of shapes. </li> <li> Slide 4 </li> <li> Leading Lines - S Curve It could be a leading line that leads the eye back in space. It could be a leading line that leads the eye back in space. </li> <li> Slide 5 </li> <li> Lines - Implied It could be an implied line such as a dotted line.or objects arranged in a line. It could be an implied line such as a dotted line.or objects arranged in a line. It can be implied that continues behind the subject. It can be implied that continues behind the subject. The eyes in a portrait give a line of sight that also directs the viewer. The eyes in a portrait give a line of sight that also directs the viewer. </li> <li> Slide 6 </li> <li> Lines for Emphasis Lines can be straight or curved and can be organized to emphasize areas. Lines can be straight or curved and can be organized to emphasize areas. This is also framing. This is also framing. </li> <li> Slide 7 </li> <li> Shape/Form A contained area. A contained area. Can be GEOMETRIC (man- made) ex. Square, triangle, circle, etc. Can be GEOMETRIC (man- made) ex. Square, triangle, circle, etc. Can be ORGANIC (natural) ex. Leaves, humans, puddles, etc. Can be ORGANIC (natural) ex. Leaves, humans, puddles, etc. Shapes are 2-Dimensional and flat. (circle) Shapes are 2-Dimensional and flat. (circle) Forms are 3-Dimensional with height, width and depth. (sphere) Forms are 3-Dimensional with height, width and depth. (sphere) Used to create a sense of space and substance. Used to create a sense of space and substance. They are defined by the other elements of art: space, line, texture, value, color, &amp; form They are defined by the other elements of art: space, line, texture, value, color, &amp; form </li> <li> Slide 8 </li> <li> COLOR GROUPINGS PRIMARY COLORS RED YELLOW BLUE SECONDARY COLORS GREEN VIOLET ORANGE TERTIARY COLORS RED-VIOLET RED-ORANGE YELLOW ORANGE YELLOW GREEN BLUE GREEN BLUE VIOLET HUE - The name of the color </li> <li> Slide 9 </li> <li> Complementary Colors Across from each other on the color wheel. Across from each other on the color wheel. They demand attention &amp; create excitement. They demand attention &amp; create excitement. </li> <li> Slide 10 </li> <li> Analogous Colors Colors next to each other on the color wheel. Colors next to each other on the color wheel. Using this color grouping gives a feeling of calm and serenity. Using this color grouping gives a feeling of calm and serenity. </li> <li> Slide 11 </li> <li> Color Triads Using three colors together. Using three colors together. They are equal distances apart on the color wheel. They are equal distances apart on the color wheel. </li> <li> Slide 12 </li> <li> Value The lightness or darkness of a color or a neutral tone. The lightness or darkness of a color or a neutral tone. It helps to express volume and is a component of highlights and shadows. It helps to express volume and is a component of highlights and shadows. It also can add to a sense of depth since colors are less distinct as they go back in space. It also can add to a sense of depth since colors are less distinct as they go back in space. Black and White and all the Grays in between from dark to light Black and White and all the Grays in between from dark to light Can add drama and impact to composition. Can add drama and impact to composition. Train your eye to read color as Black and White! Train your eye to read color as Black and White! </li> <li> Slide 13 </li> <li> Texture Refers to the surface quality. Refers to the surface quality. Textures are defined by highlights and shadows. Lighting is usually low and or to the side. Textures are defined by highlights and shadows. Lighting is usually low and or to the side. How an object feels, or how it looks like it feels. How an object feels, or how it looks like it feels. Rough, smooth, bumpy, gooey, sharp, etc. Rough, smooth, bumpy, gooey, sharp, etc. Adds interest! Sense of sight and sense of touch involved. Adds interest! Sense of sight and sense of touch involved. </li> <li> Slide 14 </li> <li> Space The area used or unused in a composition. The area used or unused in a composition. Positive space the area the objects/subject takes up. (Ex: The black swan) Positive space the area the objects/subject takes up. (Ex: The black swan) Negative space the area around, under, through and between. (Ex: The sky around the swan) Negative space the area around, under, through and between. (Ex: The sky around the swan) Gives the photo a 3-dimensional feeling. (Depth) Gives the photo a 3-dimensional feeling. (Depth) Foreground (closest), Middle ground, and Background (farthest). Foreground (closest), Middle ground, and Background (farthest). Can be open, crowded, near, far, etc. Can be open, crowded, near, far, etc. Overlapping and size changes increase the feeling of space. Overlapping and size changes increase the feeling of space. As things are further away they are less detailed, lighter, and more blue. As things are further away they are less detailed, lighter, and more blue. </li> </ul>

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